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Northwest Mini Master’s

Coming to the Tri-Cities

The Science, Culture & Practice of Hope
A Two Day Academy

March 21 & 22, 2019
Holiday Inn Express & Suites

4525 Convention Place
Pasco, WA

A dynamic and engaging two-day training academy exploring the science, culture and practice of HOPE.
Open to schools and community partners including juvenile justice, recreation, social welfare, Title I coordinators, etc.

NOTE: Online Registration Closed Friday, March 8th.
After this date please contact Wally Endicott to register – / 253-229-7310

Two Day Academy Program:

Thursday, March 21st Presentation

Anthony Muhammad, Ph.D.
Morning Keynote
All Means All: Working Together to Create a Healthy School Culture

Afternoon Workshop- Transforming School Culture: How to Overcome Staff Division

Afternoon PresentationDr. Scott Seaman “Creating Hope for All”

Friday, March 22nd Presentation

Charlie Appelstein, MSW

Keynote & Workshop No Such Thing as a Bad Kid: Understanding and Responding to Kids with Emotional & Behavioral Challenges Using a Positive, Trauma- Informed, Strength-Based Approach

Afternoon Presentation: Dr. Yelena Patish – “Culturally Responsive Classroom Management”

Afternoon Presentation: Voices from the Field handout

Other Information

Kids at Hope Alignment with PBIS


Being one of the younger treasurer hunters as well as a Kid at Hope, I wanted to say the hope tunnels do really make a difference during the first week of school. I attend Westwood high school and having all those familiar as well as unknown faces there for encouragement along with uplifting messages does really make a difference in how students (including myself) start the year off. I just wanted to say thank you for the dedication and positive difference you’ve been making around St.luci…
Amanda FrederickC/O 2014 @ Fort Pierce west-wood high school Member of youth leadership 2011-2012